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Hey All looking for some help on a VM Palo that lives on a dedicated ESX box

See attached diagram sorry if its confusing

 

ISP modem(192.168.10.1) --Palo WAN port ether1/1 using sub interface ether 1/1.10 (192.168.10.3)

 

Switch (VLAN1 192.168.10.2) --> Palo LAN Port on eth1/2 using sub interface eth 1/2.10 (192.168.10.4)

 

A machine on 192.168.10.X can ping 192.168.10.4 fine

 

I can log into the Palo fine at 192.168.10.4

Cannot ping the WAN interface at 192.168.10.3

Cannot get out to the internet

 

I think I have a routing issue but not sure where.

What static routes would I need on the virtual routers?  I do no need 2 VRs since they are on the same subnet

VR 1 - default and contains the WAN interface

VR 2 - contains LAN interface

 

I realize I should move the Modem to a separate network, which I will do and the WAN interface.  For now I am trying to get this working without having internet downtime.  Any help is appreciated

 

 



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Hi @ryansoto12 ,

 

Can you create a default route on the VR that has the internal and as the next hop, specify the other VR.

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Jay
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Hey @JayGolf  I have cleaned the mess up

Its as attached

From 192.168.10.X I cannot ping 192.168.10.1 (LAN interface on Palo) or 192.168.9.3 (WAN Interface on Palo)

Also why is the Palo picking up traffic at this point?  I have nothing on the network with a Default Gateway as the Palo.  Everything is still has a default gateway of 192.168.10.2 or 192.168.50.2 (Switch vlan IPs ) with a static route to the ISP at 192.168.9.1

Appreciate the time!

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